How to plant cherry seeds? Almost everyone has heard of this legend, but few individuals have taken the time and energy to test it. After all, many don’t make the connection between a large and beautiful cherry tree and the small hardy pits that are spat out during regular fruit consumption. The truth is that it is possible to grow an entire tree using a single cherry pit, although it will take some work. Before attempting to grow a cherry tree, remember these trees only grow in hardiness zones 5-9 and will thus not bloom in climates that are too hot or too cold.
After ten weeks, it's time to remove the pits from the fridge and prepare them for planting. Allow the pits to warm up to room temperature, and then divide them into groups of two and three. Each group of seeds should be planted in a separate container using a planting medium.
It is possible to grow a cherry tree from a cherry pit. You need to research some local varieties and find a farmer's market. You will also need to plant more than one tree if you enjoy sweet cherries, because these varieties do not self-pollinate.